Structure Differences between Tradtional and Hybrid Courses

At UW Bothell, we define hybrid courses as those where 25% - 50% of the traditional face-to-face class time is replaced with online or out-of-class work.

For instance, a course that traditionally meets twice a week face-to-face would instead meet once a week face-to-face, with the rest of the course activities online.

Traditional:

Monday (In-Class):

  • Discuss readings 
  • Form Groups
  • Quiz #2

Wednesday (In-Class):

  • Turn in assignment #3
  • Group discussions
     

 

Hybrid:

Monday (In-Class):

  • Discuss readings 
  • Form groups
  • Quiz #2

Wednesdays (Online):

  • Submit assignment #2 online
  • Submit discussion responses online
  • Collaborate with groups online

UW Bothell faculty can replace up to 50% of face-to-face class time with online activites and work without needing to go through the curriculum review process.

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